2024 Events

New Legacies: One Act Dances

Friday, March 15, 7:30pm

Saturday, March 16, 7:30pm

Sunday, March 17, 2:00pm

Presidio Theatre Performing Arts Center

99 Moraga Avenue - in the Presidio

San Francisco, CA 94129

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New Legacies: One Act Dances is the 29th explosive season of Robert Moses’ KIN, the never-predictable San Francisco institution, that continues to push boundaries, create culture, and shape art.

New Legacies: One Act Dances is a full evening of original live music, dance, and theater. The evening features a collaborative triptych among three choreographers, three composers, three writers, and a cast of 16 dancers coming together for the first time, to create a work composed around the challenged moment we find ourselves in regarding a growing global impulse toward educational suppression, cast restriction, and censorship.  PC is a featured writer and musician in these performances, in collaboration with choreographer Khala Brannigan and composer/musician Vicki Randle.

Red Fast Luck

Friday May 31, 2024
Bird & Beckett
653 Chenery
San Francisco, CA 94131
Red Fast Luck (PCM and multi-reed sorcerer/artist-in-residence David Boyce)  brings their funhouse mirror electro-acoustics to this  gem of a shop in the Glen Park neighborhood of San Francisco


KALW Poetry and Music Event
Monday January 29, 2024
KAWL @ 220 Montgomery
220 Montgomery St
San Francisco, CA  94104
PC will accompany poets Josiah Luis Alderete, Nia McAllister, Tatiana Luboviski-Acosta, and Hector Son of Hector  for a beguiling night of words and sound. Free food and great company!

Red Fast Luck

Friday February 2, 2024
Medicina para Pesadillas
3036 24th St
San Francisco, CA 94110
Red Fast Luck (PCM and  Boohabian multi-reed sorcerer/artist-in-residence David Boyce)  releases new album, Everything You Do Controls the World.

Reclamation Poetry Gathering
Saturday February 17, 2024
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive
2155 Center St
Berkeley, CA  94720
Writers who draw upon Indigenous languages and aesthetics—Natalie Diaz (Mojave), Craig Santos Perez (CHamoru), and Beth Piatote (Nez Perce)—gather to read from their work. PC will join National Book Award Winner  Craig Santos Perez for a set of CHamoru poetry and electro-belembaotuyan soundscapes. Info External link opens in new tab or windowhere.